May 13th, 2008
|04:05 am - Mav and Max present Hellcats at art show|
Max and I are going to be appearing at the "Good and Evil" show at Pittsburgh's Creative Treehouse displaying photos from the Hellcats photoshoot as well as the comic
If you're in Pittsburgh or near here, by all means stop by and buy a print or a signed book
. Should be a blast.
This is an 18 and over show, and BYOB. There will be live bands. I've presented my photography at these shows before and they're generally quite fun. So if you're not busy Saturday night then please come on by.
And if you are busy. Well, cancel your plans. We're much cooler than whatever you were going to be doing anyway.
When: May 17, 2008
Where: Creative Treehouse
517 Lincoln Avenue
Bellevue, PA 15202
Time: 8pm to 12am
18 and Over Show
BYOB w/proper ID
Hope to see you there.
PS: If you aren't reading our webcomic yet, then what the hell is wrong with you?
On a tangent, the ladies look very cool, but if you want them to look like real, skilled badasses... have them take their finger off the trigger when they're holding a gun (whether it's a six-shooter, rifle, ray gun, etc.).
"Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot" is one of the cardinal rules of gun safety (second only to, "Don't point it at anything you aren't willing to destroy"), and it's drilled into any decent shooter's head until it's second nature (I've found that I don't even put my finger on the trigger of a Windex bottle until it's pointing at the thing I want to spray).
It's one of the first things a real shooter will notice when looking at a picture or watching a movie where guns are involved, and it's how you can easily spot the folks who've never used a gun in their lives (safely, anyway) from those who might actually know what they're doing.
I cringe now when I look at one of my Lara Croft Halloween pictures where I have my finger on the trigger of that toy gun... that was several years before I ever picked up a real firearm, and it shows. :P
Hope the show goes awesomely!
Sorry, I have to make IWC DVDs worth selling! Sure, there is great wrestling and interesting storylines, but what really moves the product is my pointless blabber and wfsjadsxe
's attepmt to integrate my thoughs on Cher and Daisee Haze's come hither looks at me into useful commentary.